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>UNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE. 



Secretary of War, NEWTON D. BAKER, Chairman. 
Secretary of the Navy, JOSEPHUS DANIELS. 
Secretary of the Interior, FRANKLIN K. LANE. 
Secretary of Agriculture, DAVID F. HOUSTON. 
Secretary of Commerce, WILLIAM C. REDFIELD. 
Secretary of Lahor, WILLIAM B. WILSON. 



June 28, 1917. 
ADVISORY COMMISSION OF COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE. 

Daniel Willakd, transportation and communication (president Baltimore & 
Ohio Railroad), chairman. 

Howard E. Coffin, munitions and manufacturing (including standardization) 
and industrial relations ; vice president Hudson Motor Co. 

Julius Rosenwald, supplies (including clothing), etc.; president Sears, Roe- 
buck & Co. 

Bernard M. Baruch, raw materials, minerals, and metals ; banker. 

Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, engineering and education ; president Drexel Institute. 

Samuel Gompers, labor, including conservation of health and welfare of work- 
ers ; president American Federation of Labor. 

Dr. Franklin Martin, medicine and surgery, including general sanitation ; sec- 
retary General American College of Surgeons, Chicago. 



Walter S. Gifford, director of council and advisory commission. 
Grosvenor B. Clarkson, secretary of council and advisory commission. 



Richard H. Williams, Jr., assistant to director. 
Everett L. Craw^ford, assistant to director. 
Percy R. Pyne, 2d, assistapt to director. 
George F. Porter, assistant 1:o director. 
Preston Davie, assistant to director. 
Waddill Catchings, assistant to director. 
E. K. Ellsworth, chief clerk. 
Dr. Leonard P. Ayers, statistician. 



SUBORDINATE COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL OF NATIONAL 

DEFENSE. 

AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION BOARD. 



Howard E. Coffin, chairman. 

Brig. Gen. George O. Squier, Chief Signal Officer United States Army. 

Rear Admiral David W. Taylor, Bureau of Construction. 

S. D. Waldon, ex-vice president of the Packard Motor Car Co. 

E. a. Deeds, Engineering Laboratories, Dayton, Ohio. 

R. L. Montgomery, Montgomery, Clothier & Tyler, bankers, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arthur G. Cable, secretary. 

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COMMITTEE ON COAL PRODUCTION. 



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F. S. Peabody, president Peabody Coal Co., Chicago, chairman. 
E, J. Berwind, president Berwind White Coal Mining Co., New York. 
W. W. Keefek, president Pittsburgh Terminal Railroad & Coal Co., Pitts- 
burgh. 

Van. H. Manning, Director United States Bureau of Mines, Washington. 

C. M. MoDERWELL, president United Coal Mining Co., Chicago. 
E. L. Pierce, vice president Semet Solvay Co., Syracuse. 

Erskine Ramsey, vice president Pratt Consolidated Coal Co., Birmingham. 

George Otis Smith, Director United States Geological Survey, Washington. 

James J. Storrow, Lee Higginson & Co., chairman Massachusetts Committee 
on Public Safety, Boston. m 

H. N. Taylor, vice president Central Coal & Coke Co., Kansas City. ■ 

S. D. Warriner, president Lehigh Valley Coal & Navigation Co., Philadelphia. ^ 

J. F. Wellborn, president Colorado Fuel & Iron Co,, Denver. 

Daniel B. Wentz, president Stonega Coal & Coke Co., Philadelphia. 

George W. Elliott, of Gas and Electric Service Committee. 

John P. AVhite, president United Mine Workers of America. 

Frank Hayes, vice president United Mine Workers of America. 

William Green, secretary United Mine Workers of America. 

John L. Lewis, statistician United Mine Workers of America. 

James Lord, president of the Mining Department of the American Federation 
of Labor. 

John Mitchell, chairman Industrial Commission of the State of New York. 

H. L. Kerwin, secretary to the Secretary of Labor. 

Herbert Addison, vice president Big Horn Colleries, W^yoming. 

L. S. Storrs, president the Connecticut Co., New Haven, Conn. 

George W. Reed, secretary. 

COMMERCIAL ECONOMY BOARD. 

A. W. Shaw, president A. W. Shaw Co., chairman. 
W. D. Simmons, Simmons Hardware Co. 

E. F. Gay, dean of the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard 
University. 
George Rtjblee, member of Eight-Hour Commission. 
Henry S. Dennison, president Dennison Manufacturing Co. 
Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, member ex officio. 

COMMITTEE ON SHIPPING. 

William Denman, chairman United States Shipping Board, chairman. 
P. A. S. Franklin, president International Mercantile Marine. 
H. H. Raymond, president Coastwise Shipping Association. 
Eugene T. Chamberlain, Commissioner Bureau of Navigation, Department 
of Commerce. ' 

D. T. Warden, of the Standard Oil Co. j 
L. H. Shearman, vice president W. R. Grace & Co. S 

E. M. Bull, vice president A. H. Bull & Co. i* 
Frank C. Munson, president Munson Steamship Lines. ^ 
Crawford H. Ellis, vice president United Fruit Co., New Orleans. 

M. J. McCrisaken, secretary. ; 

COMMITTEE ON WOMEN'S DEFENSE WORK. 

Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, honorary president of the National American 
Woman Suffrage Association, chairman. 

Mrs. Philip N. Moore, of St. Louis, president of the National Council of 
Women. 

Mrs. JosiAH E. CowLES, of California, president of the General Federation 
of Women's Clubs. 

Miss Maude Wetmore, of Rhode Island, chairman of the National League 
for Women's Service. 

Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, of New York, president of the National Ameri- 
can Woman Suffrage Association. 

Mrs. Antoinette Funk, lawyer, Chicago, 111. 



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Mrs. Stanley McCormick, of Boston, vice president National American 
Woman Suffrage Association. 

Mrs. Joseph R. Lamar, of Atlanta, Ga., president of the National Society 
of Colonial Dames. 

Miss Ida M. Tarbell, of New York, publicist and writer. 

Miss Agnes Nestor, of Chicago, vice president Intern;Uional Glove Workers' 
Union. 

Mrs. Ira Couch Wood, secretary. 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 

War Department, William M. Ingraham. 
Navy Department, Capt. Volney O. Chase. 
Department of the Interior, Lathrop Brown. 
Department of Agriculture, Dr. B. T. Galloway. 
Department of Commerce, Dr. S. W. Stratton. 
Department of Labor, Louis F. Post. 
Department of State, Leland Harrison. 
Treasury Department, .James L. Wilmeth. 
Department of Justice, William C. Fitts. 
Post Office Department, J. W. Johnston. 

GENERAL MUNITIONS BOARD. 

Frank A. Scott, chairman. 
From the Army : 

Gen. Thomas Cruse, Quartermaster Department. 

Col. F. G. Hodgson, Quartermaster Department. 

Col. H. Fisher, Medical Corps. 

Col. S. E. Blunt, Ordnance Department. 

Maj. P. E. Pierce, General Staff. 
* Maj. Charles Wallace, Signal Corps. 

Maj. William Kelley, Engineer Corps. 
From the Navy : 

Rear Admiral H. H. Rousseau, Bureau of Yards and Docks. 

Rear Admiral W. S. Capps, Bureau of Construction and Repair. 

Rear Admiral A. W. Zane, Bureau of Steam Engineering. 

Commander R. H. Leigh, Bureau of Steam Engineering. 

Commander T. A. Kearney, Bureau of Ordnance. 

Dr. R. C. HoLCOMB, Medicine and Surgery. 

Paymaster J. H. Hancock, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. 

Lieut. Col. W. B. Lemly, Marine Corps. 

L. McH. Howe, office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. 
Raw materials, Bernard M. Baruch, L. L. Summers. 
Manufacture, Howard E. Coffin. 
Supplies, Julius Rosen wald, Chas. Eisenman. 
Medicine, Dr. Franklin Martin, Dr. F. F. Simpson. 
National Research Council, Dr. George E. Hale, Dr. R. A. :Millikan, 
Chester C. Bolton, assistant to chairman. 
H. p. Bingham, secretary. 

subcommittee on army vehicles. 

William Butterworth, Deere & Co., chairman. 

G. W. Mixter, secretary. 

A. N. Thielaus, Studebaker Corporation. 

R. V. Bond, Kentucky Wagon Co. 

E. E. Parsonage, National Implement & Vehicle Association. 

subcommittee on armored cars. 

Col. J. H. Rice, Ordnance Department, United States Army. 
Col. C. B. Baker, Quartermaster General, United States Army. 

F. A. Scott, of General Munitions Board. 



SUBCOMMITTEE ON EMERGENCY CONSTRUCTION AND CONTRACTS. 

W. A. Starrett, Starrett & Van Vleet, chairman. 

C. M. LuNDOFF, Crowell, Lundoff, Little Co., of Cleveland. 

M. C. TuTTLE, Aberthaw Construction Co., of Boston. 

Maj. William Kelley, office of Chief of Ordnance, United States Army. 

F. L. Olmstead, landscape architect. 

J. B. Talmadge, secretary. 

subcommittee on optical glass. 

Dr. R. A. MiLLiKAN, National Research Council. 

Dr. S. W. Stratton, Chief United States Bureau of Standards. 

A. L. Day, Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institute, Washington, D. C. 
Maj. C. F. Wallace, Signal Corps, United States Army. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON STORAGE FACILITIES. 

M. L. Cook, Philadelphia, Pa., chairman. 

Charles Day, Day & Zimmerman, Philadelphia. 

H. P. Kendall, Plympton Press, Lowell, Mass. 

R. N. BissELL, of Boston, National Fire Underwriters Association. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MACHINE GUNS. 

B. W. M. Hanson, Pratt & Whitney, chairman, 
Bascom Little, Crowell, Lundoff, Little Co., of Cleveland. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON PRIORITY. 

Gen. J. B. Aleshire, chairman. 

SUBCOOPERATIVE COMMITTEE DEFENSE COMMITTEE OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE 

OF ACCOUNTS. 

E. L. SuFFERN, Loomis, Suffern & Fernald, New York City, chairman. 
W. S. Davies, Davies & Neald, New York City. 
Charles S. Ludlam, Haskins & Sells, New York City. 
Arthur W. Teele, Patterson, Teele & Dennis, New York City. 
Henry A. Niles, Niles & Niles, New York City. • 

R. H. Montgomery, Lybrand Ross Brothers & Montgomery, New York City. 
J. E. Sterrett, Price Waterhouse & Co., New York City. 

A. P. Richardson, secretary American Institute of Accountants, New York 
City, secretary. 

MUNITIONS STANDARDS BOARD. 

Frank A. Scott, Warner & Swasey Co., Cleveland, Ohio, chairman. 

Samuel M. Vauclain, vice president Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

W. H. Van Dervoort, president Root & Van Dervoort Engineering Co. and 
Moline Automobile Co., East Moline, 111. 

Francis C. Pratt, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

John E. Otterson, vice president Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New 
Haven, Conn. 

E. A. Deeds, Dayton, Ohio, Engineering Laboratories, Dayton, Ohio. 
Chester C. Bolton, secretary. 

H. P. Bingham, assistant secretary. 

subcommittee on gauges, dies, etc. 

F. C. Pratt, General Electric Co., Schenectary, N. Y., chairman. 



SUBCOMMITTEE ON ARMY AND NAVY AKTILLEEY. 

S. M. Vauclain, vice president Baldwin Locomotive Co., chairman. 

J. B. King, Midvale Steel Co. 

Benedict Ceowell, secretary Crowell, Limdoff, Little Co., of Cleveland. 

W. J. Hagman, Niles-Bement Pond Co. 

S. P. Bush, Buckeye Steel Castings Co. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON FUSES AND DETONATERS. 

E. A. Deeds, Engineering Laboratories, Dayton, Ohio, chairman. 
H. B. Talbott, Dayton Metal Products Co. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SMALL AEMS AND MUNITIONS. 

J. E. Otteeson, Winchester Arms Co., chairman. 
H. S. Kimball, Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 
C. H. ScHLACHS, Remington Arms Co. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON OPTICAL INSTEUMENTS. 

F. A. ScoTT, chairman. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON AEMY AND NAVY PEOJECTILES. 

W. H. Van Deevooet, president Root & Van Dervoort Engine Co., East Moline, 
111., chairman. 

Commander F. A. Keaeney, Ordnance Department. 

Col. W. B. Dunn, Ordnance Department. 

L. McH. Howe, secretary to Assistant Secretary of the Navy. 

W. B. Baeba, Bureau of Ordnance. 

SECTION ON COOPERATION WITH STATES. 

Geoege F. Poetee, director Chicago Transfer & Clearing Co., director Judson 
Mining Co., Chicago, 111., chief. 

William B. Hale, Kelly, Hale, Dammann & Coolidge, Chicago, 111. 

Elliott D. Smith, lawyer, Chicago, 111. 

Walter E. Meyee, lawyer, New York City. 

Alfeed R. Bellinger, New Haven, Conn. 

Cael L. Buehl, secretary and treasurer Judson Mining Co., Chicago, 111. 

Aethue W. MacMahon, Columbia University, New York City. 

Robeet a. Leshee, New York City. 

COMMITTEE ON INLAND WATERWAYS. 

Gen. W. M. Black, Chief of Engineers, United States Army, chairman. 

Walter S. Dickey, manufacturer of clay products, president Kansas City- 
Missouri River Navigation Co., Kansas City, Mo., vice chairman. 

Geoege E. Baetol, president Philadelphia Bourse. 

Capt. J. F. Ellison, former secretary National River and Harbors Congress, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Joy Morton, director in many financial, mercantile, and transportation 
companies, Chicago, 111. 

James E. Smith, president Mississippi Valley Waterways Association, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

M. J. Sanders, president New Orleans Board of Trade, representative Harri- 
son-Leyland lines. 

Daniel Willaed, chairman advisory commission, member ex officio. 

Lieut. Col. C. Keller, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, secretary. 



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COMMITTEES OF, AND COOPERATING WITH, ADVISORY 
COMMISSION. 

Committees Under and Cooperating With Mr. Willard. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES. 

Theodoee N. Vail, president American Telephone & Telegraph Co., chairman. 
N. C. KiNGSBUKY, vice president American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Newcomb Carlton, president Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Charles P. Bruch, vice president Postal Telegraph Co. 

F. B. McKiNNON, vice president United States Independent Telephone Asso- 
ciation. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION. 
Special Committee on National Defense of the American Railway Association. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Fairfax Harrison, president Southern Railway, chairman. 
Samuel Rea, president Pennsylvania Railroad. 

Julius Kruttschnitt, chairman executive committee Southern Pacific Co. 
Hale Holden, president Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. 
Howard Elliott, chairman of the board, New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 
Daniel Willard, president Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, member ex officio. 
Edgar E. Clark, Interstate Commerce Commission, member ex officio. 
George Hodges, assistant to general chairman. 
J. E. Fairbanks, secretary. 

northeastern department. 

J. H. Hustis, receiver Boston & Maine Railroad, chairman. 
H. M. Biscoe, vice president Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Howard Elliott, chairman of the board, New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 

Morris McDonald, president Maine Central Railroad. 

B. J. Pearson, president New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

EASTERN department. 

L. F. LoREE, president Delaware & Hudson Co., chairman. 

W. G. Besler, president and general manager Central Railroad of New Jersey. 

Samuel Rea, president Pennsylvania Railroad. 

A. H. Smith, president New York Central lines. 

A. W. Thompson, vice president Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 

W. W. Atterbury, vice president Pennsylvania Railroad. 

southeastern department. 

W. J. Harahan, president Seaboard Air Line Railway, chairman. 

J. R. Kenly, president Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 

R. V. Taylor, vice president and general manager Mobile & Ohio Railway. 

W. A. WiNBURN, president Central of Georgia Railway. 

E. H. Coapman, vice president Southern Railway System. 

CENTRAL department. 

R. H. Aishton, president Chicago & North Western Railway, chairman. 

E. E. Calvin, president Union Pacific Railroad. 

Hale Holden, president Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. 

C. H. Markham, president Illinois Central Railroad. 

G. L. Peck, fourth vice president Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh. - 

G. T. Slade, first vice president Northern Pacific Railway. 

E. D. Sewell, vice president Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. 



SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT. 

W. B. Scott, president Southern Pacific Co., Texas-Louisiana lines, chairman. 

B. F. Bush, receiver Missouri Pacific Railway. 

Julius Kruttschnitt, chairman executive committee Southern Pacific Co. 

C. E. ScHAFF, receiver Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway. 

T. M. Schumacher, president El Paso & Southwestern Railroad, 

WESTERN department. 

William Sproule, president Southern Pacific Co., Pacific system, chairman. 
J. D. Farrell, president Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co. 
R. S. Lovett, chairman executive committee Union Pacific System. 
E. P. Ripley, president Atchison, Topeka &, Santa Fe Railway. 

subcommittee on express. 

D. S. Elliott, vice president American Express Co., chairman. 

E. A. Stedman, vice president and general manager Wells Fargo Co. 

J. B. HocKADAY, vice president and general manager Southern Express Co. 
H. E. Huff, vice president Adams Express Co. 

subcommittee on CAR SERVICE. 

C. M. Sheaffer, general superintendent of transportation Pennsylvania Rail- 
road Co., chairman. 

W. L. Barnes, superintendent of transportation Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Railroad Co. 

W. C. Kendall, superintendent of transportation Boston & Maine Railroad Co. 

G. F. Richardson, superintendent of transportation Southern Pacific Co. 

J. A. Somerville, general superintendent of transportation Missouri Pacific 
Railway. 

D. E. Spangler, superintendent of transportation Norfolk & Western Rail- 
way Co. 

M. Nicholson, assistant to vice president Great Northern Railway Co. 

subcommittee on military equipment standards. 

J. T. Wallis, general superintendent of motive powder Pennsylvania Rail- 
road Co., chairman. 

C. E. Chambers, superintendent of motive power Central Railroad of New 
Jersey. 

C. A. LiNDSTROM, assistant to president Pressed Steel Car Co. 

F. W. Mahl, director of purchases Southern Pacific Co. 
Peter Parke, chief engineer Pullman Co. 

R. E. Smith, general superintendent of motive power, Atlantic Coast Line. 
C. B. Young, mechanical engineer Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co 

subcommittee on military transportation accounting. 

A. H. Plant, comptroller Southern Railway Co., chairman. 

M. P. Blauvelt, comptroller Illinois Central Railroad Co., Chicago, 111. 

G. R. Martin, vice president Great Northern Railway Co., St. Paul, Minn. 
A. D. McDonald, vice president Southern Pacific Co. 

C. B. Seger, vice president and comptroller Union Pacific System, Omaha, 
Nebr. 

C. I. Sturgis, general auditor Chicago, Burlington, & Qunicy Railroad Co. 
R. A. White, general auditor New York Central Lines, New York. 

subcommittee on military passenger tariffs. 

E. L. Bevington, chairman Transcontinental Passenger Association, Chicago, 
chairman. 

F. C. DoNALED, commissioner Central Passenger Association, Chicago. 
W. H. Howard, secretary Southeastern Passenger Association, Atlanta. 
C. L. Hunter, vice chairman Trunk Line Association, New York. 

W. L. Pratt, chairman New England Passenger Association, Boston, Mass. 



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON MILITAEY FREIGHT TAEIFFS. 

L. Gkeen, vice president Southern Railway Co., Washington, D. C. 

E. B. Boyd, chairman Western Trunk Line Association, Chicago, 111. 

L. E. Chalenor, chairman Southeastern Freight Association. Atlanta, Ga, 
R. H. CouNTis, chairman Transcontinental Freight Bureau, Chicago. 

F. A. Leland, chairman Southwestern Tariff Commission, St. Louis. 
C. C. McCain, chairman Trunk Line Association, New York. 

E. MoBRis, chairman Central Freight Association, Chicago. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES. 

H. B. Spencer, vice president Southern Railway System, Washington, D. C, 
chairman. 

W. E. Hodges, vice president Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RaUway Co. 

F. W. Mahl, director of purchases and mechanical engineer Southern Pa- 
cific Co. 

W. H. Myers, vice president Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 

J. W. Taylor, assistant to president Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail- 
way Co. 

George G. Yeomans, purchasing agent New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad Co. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON CARS. 

S. M. Vauclain, vice president Baldwin Locom.otive W^orks, chairman. 

E. F. Carry, president Haskell & Barker Car Co. 

Charles S. Gawthrop, vice president American Car & Foundry Co. 

Clive Runnels, vice president the Pullman Co. 

R. L. Gordon, assistant to president Standard Steel Car Co. 

A. S. Reeder, vice president Pressed Steel Car Co. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON LOCOMOTIVES. 

S. M. Vauclain, vice president Baldwin Locomotive Works, chairman. 
Andrew Fletcher, president American Locomotive Co. 
H. P. Ayres, vice president H. K. Porter Locomotive Co. 
Joel Coffin, chairman Lima Locomotive Corporation. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON ELECTRIC RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION. 

COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL DEFENSE OF AMERICAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY ASSOCIATION. 

Gen. George H. Harries, president of the Omaha Electric Light & Power Co., 
Omaha, Nebr., chairman. 

Frank R. Ford, vice chairman Ford, Bacon & Davis, 115 Broadway, New 
York, in charge of general matters. 

L. S. Storrs, president the Connecticut Co., New Haven, Conn., assigned to 
the Northeastern Military Department. 

B. I, BuDD, president Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Co., Chicago, 
111., assigned to the Central Military Department. 

C. LooMis Allen, president Allen & Peck (Inc.), Syracuse, N. Y., assigned 
to the Eastern Military Department. 

P. H. Gadsden, president Charleston Consolidated Railway & Lighting De- 
partment, Charleston, S. C, assigned to the Southeastern Military Department. 

L. C. Bradley, district manager Stone & Webster, Houston, Tex., assigned to 
the Southern Military Department. 

W. R. Alberger, vice president and general manager San Francisco-Oakland 
Terminal Railways, San Francisco, Cal., assigned to the Western Military De- 
partment. 

Committees Under and Cooperating With Mr. Coffin. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON GAS AND ELECTRIC SERVICE. 

John W. Lieb, vice president New York Edison Co., New York City, chairman. 

William H, Gartley, vice president Equitable Illuminating Gas Light Co., 
Philadelphia, Pa., vice chairman. 

Samuel Insull, president Commonw^ealth Edison Co., Chicago, 111. 

John A. Britton, vice president Pacific Gas & Electric Co., San Francisco, 
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Charles L. Edgar, president Edison Electric Illuminating Co., Boston, Mass. 

Herbert A. Wagner, president Consolidated Gas, Electric Light, and Power 
Co., Baltimore, Md. 

Philip P. Barton, vice president Niagara Falls Power Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Joseph B. McCall, president Philadelphia Electric Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alex Dow, president Detroit Edison Co., Detroit, Mich. 

Walter R. Addicks, vice president Consolidated Gas Co., New York City. 

Capt. William E. McKay, vice president New England Gas & Coke Co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. ^ , ^. 

A. E. FoRSTALL, president American Gas Institute, New York City. 

S. S. Wyer, consulting engineer, Hartman Building, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dr. b. C. Jackson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Joseph F. Guffy, president Natural Gas Association of America, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. ^ 

George W. Elliott, Munsey Building, Washington, D. C, secretary. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON AUTOMOTIVE TRANSPORT. 

Karl W. Zimmerschied, of General Motors Co., Detroit, vice chairman. 
Charles Clifton, representing National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. 
C. W. Stiger, representing motor and accessory manufacturers. 
H. L. Horning, representing tractor interests. 
Henry R. Sutphen, representing watercraft interests. 

Frank H. Russetx, representing Aviation Engine Association of America. 
Coker F. Clarkson, secretary and general manager of Society of Automotive 
Engineers. 

T. W. Henderson, Henderson Motorcycle Co., Detroit, Mich. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE FROM NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD. 

L. A. Osborne, vice president Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 
Buffalo, N. Y., chairman. 

W. H. Barr, president Lumen Bearing Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

W. H. Van Dervoort, president Root & Van Dervoort Engine Co., East Mo- 
line, 111. 

C. A. Crocker, president Crocker-McElwain Co., Holyoke, Mass. 

E. A- Smith, president Pelzer Manufacturing Co., Greenville, S. C. 

Committees Under and Cooperating With Mr. Rosenwald. 

COMMITTEE ON SUPPLIES. 

Julius Rosenwald, president Sears, Roebuck & Co., chairman. 

Charles Eisenman, retired, vice chairman. 

Stanley King, secretary and director of W. H. McElwain Co. 

H. M. Kelso, Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

T. W. Cloney, Quaker Oats Co. 

E. O. Heyl, Libby, McNeil & Libby. 

A. L. Scott, Lockwood, Green & Co. 

Col. F. G. Hodgson, United States Army, detailed. 

Capt. H. S. Won SON, Eighth Massachusetts National Guard, detailed. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON COTTON GOODS. 

Lincoln Grant, Wellington-Sears Co., New York, chairman. 

Spencer Turner, Turner-Halsey Co., New York, acting chairman. 

Harry L. Bailey, Wellington-Sears Co., New York. 

A. F. Bemis, president National Association Cotton Manufacturers. 

Fuller E. Calloway, LaGrange, Ga. 

Elisha Cronkhite, Smith, Hogg & Co., New York. 

E. F. Greene, Pacific Mills, Boston, Mass. 

EusTis L. Hopkins, Bliss, Fabyan & Co., New York. 

Wm. D. Judson, 78 Leonard Street, New York. 

J. Harper Poor, Amory, Browne & Co., New York. 

W. H. Prankard, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Boston, Mass. 

John E. Rousmanieke, J. Spencer Turner & Co., New York. 

Ridley Watts, Watts, Stebbins & Co., New York. 

C. S. Green, secretary. 



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COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON WOOLEN MANUFACTURES. 

John P. Wood, Wm. Wood & Co., Philadelphia, chairman. 
Spaulding Bartlett, S. Slater & Sons, Webster, Mass. 
Robert T. Francis, Ponteesiie Woolen Mfg. Co., New York. 
George C. Hetzel, C. C. Hetzel Co., Chester, Pa. 
MosES L. Shuttleworth, American Woolen Co., New York. 
Nathaniel Stevens, M. T. Stevens & Sons, North Andover, Mass. 
Charles H. Wilson, J. & E. H^ Wilson, Pittsfield, Mass. 
WiNTHROP L. Marvin, National Association Wool Manufacturers, Boston, 
Mass., secretary. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON SHOE AND LEATHER INDUSTRIES. 

J. F. McElwain, W. H. McElwain Co., Boston, Mass., chairman. 

John A. Bush, Browne Shoe Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

W. G. Garritt, Central Leather Co., Boston, Mass. 

Charles P. Hall, American Hide & Leather Co., Boston, Mass. 

George F. Johnson, Endicott-Johnson Co., Binghamton, N. Y. 

John Kent, M. A. Packard Shoe Co., Brockton, ISIass. 

H. Frederick Lesh, Kistler-Lesh Co., Boston, Mass. 

August Vogel, Pfister-Vogel Leather Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Cudworth Beye, secretary National Association of Tanners, Boston, secretary. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON KNIT GOODS. 

Lincoln Cromwell, Wm. Iselin & Co., New York, chairman. 

Frank H. Burgher, 32 Thomas Street, New York. 

J. S. Carr, jr., president Durham Hosiery Mills, Durham, N. C. 

Andrew Frey, vice president Oneida Knitting Mill, Utica, N. Y. 

Leo M. Flesh, Atlas Underwear Co., Pique, Ohio. 

E. I. Goodrich, Clift-Goodrich Co., New York. 

Frederick S. Haight, 61 Worth Street, New York. 

Henry Pope, Paramount Knitting Mills, Chicago, 111. 

RuFUs W. Scott, care of W. F. Taubel, New York City. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON LEATHER EQUIPMENT. 

Maj. Joseph C. Byron, W. B. Byron & Sons, Williamsport, Pa., chairman. 

S. B. GiRDLER, Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis. 

Henry W. Boyd, Armour Leather Co., Chicago. 

U. G. Speed, Studebaker Co., South Bend, Ind. 

M. B. Bryan, England, Walton & Co., Boston. 

Cudworth Beye, acting secretary. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS. 

0. M. Burton, Cotton Felt Mattress Co., Chicago, chairman. 
A. A. Taylor, Stearns & Foster Co., Lockland, Ohio. 
Albert J. Logan, A. J. Logan Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

C. L. Young, Robinson-Roders Co., Newark, N. J. 

E. J. Barcalo, the Barcalo Manufacturing Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON CANNED GOODS. 

C. H. Bentley, director California Packing Corporation, San Francisco, 
Cal. (Fruits and vegetables.) 

W. F. Burrows, president Libby, McNeill «& Libby, Chicago, 111. (Meat, 
milk, fruit, fish, vegetables.) 

E. B. Deming, president Pacific-American Fisheries, South Bellingham, Wa*3h. 
(Fish.) 

L. S. Dow, secretary H. J. Heinz Co.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

H. C. Hemingway, president H. C. Hemingway & Co., Syracuse, N. Y. (Vege- 
tables.) 

John F. Montgomery, president John Wildi Evaporated Milk Co., Columbus, 
Ohio. 

1. C. Morgan, Jr., Austin Canning Co., Austin, Ind. (Vegetables.) 
George N. Numsen, president W^m. Numsen & Son (Inc.), Baltimore, Md. 

W. C. Leitsch, president Columbus Canning Co., Columbus, Wis. (Vege- 
tables. ) 



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Committees Under and Cooperating With Mr. Baruch. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON ALCOHOL. 

HoKATio S. Rubens, director United States Industrial Alcohol Co., 27 William 
Street, New York City, chairman. 

Julius Kesslek, president Distillers' Securities Corporation, 40 Exchange 
Place, New York City. 

Cakman N. Smith, secretary Michigan Chemical Co., Bay City, Mich. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON ALUMINUM. 

Arthue v. Davis, president Aluminum Co. of America, Pittsburgh, Pa., chair- 
man. 

E. E. Allyne, president Aluminum Castings Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

Joseph A. Janney, Jr., Morris Building, Philadelphia, Pa., partner in Janney, 
Steinmetz & Co. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON ASBESTOS, MAGNESIA, AND ROOFING. 

Thomas F. Manville, president H. W. Johns-Manville Co., New York City, 
chairman. 

Philip Allen, Bird & Son. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON BRASS. 

Charles F. Brookeb, president American Brass Co., Ansonia, Conn., chair- 
man. 

E. O. Goss, assistant treasurer Scovill Manufacturing Co., Waterbury, Conn. 
Barton Haselton, secretary, treasurer, and general manager Rome Brass Co., 

Rome, N. Y. 

Lewis H. Jones, president Detroit Copper & Brass Co., Detroit, Mich. 

F. J. Kingsbury, president Bridgeport Brass Co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON CEMENT. 

John E. Morron, president Atlas Portland Cement Co., New York City, 
chairman. 

B. F. Affleck, president Universal Portland Cement Co., Chicago, 111. 
George T. Cameron, president Santa Cruz Portland Cement Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Richard Hardy, president Dixie Portland Cement Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Col. E. M. Young, vice president Lehigh Portland Cement Co., Allentown, Pa. 
R. J. Wig, Bureau of Standards. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON CHEMICALS. 

Dr. Wm. H. Nichols, General Chemical Co., 25 Broad Street, New York City, 
chairman. 

Van H. Manning, Bureau of Mines, Washington, D. C. Ex officio. 

C. A. Richards, Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C. Ex officio. 

subcommittee on acids. 

H. R. Grasselli, Grasselli Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio, chairman. 
Henry Howard, Merriman Chemical Co., Boston. 

subcommittee on alkalis. 

J. D. Pennock, Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y., chairman. 

subcommittee on electrochemicals. 

John J. Riker, 19 Cedar Street, New York City. 

subcommittee on fertilizers. 

Horace Bowker, 2 Rector Street, New York City, chairman. 
Charles E. MacDowell, president Armour Fertilizer Co., Chicago. 
Chas. G. Wilson, Virginia Iron, Coal & Coke Co., Richmond, Va. 



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICALS. 

Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr., 2600 North Second Street, St. Louis, chairman. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON COAL-TAR BY-PRODUCTS. 

William H. Childs, president Barrett Co., 17 Battery Place, New York 
City, chairman. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON PYRITES. 

A. D. Ledoux, 15 William Street, New York City. 

subcommittee on sulphur. 
Henry Whiton, president Union Sulphur Co., chairman. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON COPPER. 

J. D. Ryan, president Anaconda Copper Co., 42 Broadway, New York City, 
chairman. 

R. L. Agassiz, president Calumet & Hecla Mining Co., 12 Ashburton Place, 
Boston, Mass. 

W. A. Clark, president United Verde Copper Co., 20 Exchange Place, New 
York City. 

MuRRY M. Guggenheim, 120 Broadway, New York City. 

James McLean, vice president Phelps-Dodge Co., 98 John Street, New York 
City. 

Charles McNeill, president Utah Copper Co., 25 Broadway, New York City. 

Stephen Birch, vice president Kinnecott Mines Co., 120 Broadway, New 
York City. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON LEAD. 

Clinton H. Crane, president St. Joseph Lead Co., 61 Broadway, New York 
City, chairman. 

Fred Bradley, president Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining & Concentrating Co., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Ed. W. P. Brush, American Smelting & Refining Co., 120 Broadway, New 
York City. 

E. J. Cornish, vice president National Lead Co., Ill Broadway, New York 
City. 

Harry L. Day, Hercules Mining Co., Wallace, Idaho. 

F. Y. Robertson, vice president and general manager United States Metals 
Refining Co., 120 Broadway, New York City. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON LUMBER. 

R. H. Downman, president National Lumber Manufacturers' Association, New 
Orleans, La., Munsey Building, Washington, D. C, chairman. 

D. O. Anderson, lumber manufacturer, Marion, S. C. 

W. R. Brown, lumber and paper manufacturer, Berlin, N. H. 
W. E. Delaney, president Kentucky Lumber Co., Lexington, Ky. 
J. F. Gregory, logger and lumber manufacturer, Tacoma, Wash. 
George B. Lewis, lumber manufacturer, Holyoke, Mass. 

G. S. Long, manager Weyerhaeuser Timber Co., Tacoma, Wash. 
W. M. RiTTER, president W. M. Ritter Lumber Co., Welch, W. Va. 

E. A. Selfridge, president Northwestern Redwood Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
W. H. Sullivan, manager Great Southern Lumber Co. 

C. H. Worcester, president C. H. Worcester Lumber Co., Chicago, 111. 

F. G. Wisner, Eastman Gardiner Lumber Co., Laurel, Miss. 

E. T. Allen, manager Western Forestry and Conservation Association, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

R. S. Kellogg, National Lumber Manufacturers' Association, secretary. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON MICA. 

, L. W. KiNGSLEY, president Eugene Munsell & Co., 68 Church Street, New York 
City, chairman. 

W. Vance Brown, Asheville Mica Co., Biltmore, N. C. 

F. L. Watson, president Watson Bros., Boston, Mass. 



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COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON NICKEL. 

Ambrose Monell, president International Nickel Co., 43 Exchange Place, 
New York City, chairman. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON STEEL AND STEEL PRODUCTS. 

Elbert H. Gary, chairman United States Steel Corporation, 71 Broadway, 
New York City, chairman. 

James A. Farrell, president United States Steel Corporation, 71 Broadway, 
New York City, vice chairman. 

James A. Burden, president Burden Iron Co., Troy, N. Y. 

Alva C. Dinkey, vice president Midvale Steel & Ordnance Co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Willis L. King, vice president Jones & Loughlin Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

E. G. Grace, president Bethlehem Steel Co., Ill Broadway, New York City. 

Charles M. Schwab, chairman of board, Bethlehem Steel Co., Ill Broadway, 
New York City. 

John A. Topping, chairman Republic Iron & Steel Co., 17 Batterv Place, New 
York City. 

H. G. Dalton, Pickands, Mather & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

E. A. S. Clarke, president Lackawanna Steel Co., 2 Rector Street, New York 
City, secretary. 

H. H. Cook, American Iron & Steel Institute, New York City, assistant 
secretary. 

subcommittee on alloys. 

James A. Farrell, 71 Broadway, New York City, president United States 
Steel Corporation, chairman. 
E. A. S. Clarke, president Lackawanna Steel Co., New York City. 
E. G. Grace, president Bethlehem Steel Co., South Bethlehem, Pa. 
E. J. Lavino, E. J. Lavino Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
A. A. Fowler, Rogers Brown & Co., New York City, secretary. 

subcommittee on sheet steel. 

W. S. Horner, president National Association of Sheet & Tin Phite Manu- 
facturing, Pittsburgh, Pa., chairman. 
Walter C. Carroll, American Sheet Tin Plate, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Charles Hadley, Alan-Wood Iron & Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

subcommittee on pig tin. 

John Hughes, assistant to president United States Steel Corporation, 71 
Broadway, New York City, chairman. 

E. R. Crawford, president McKeesport Tin Plate Co., McKeesport, Pa. 

John A. Frye, sreneral purchasing agent American Can Co., 120 Broadway, 
New York City. 

A. B. Hall, manager metal department National Lead Co., New York City. 

Theodore Pratt, assistant manager manufacturing department Standard Oil 
Co. of New York, New York City. 

subcommittee on steel distribution. 

James A. Farrell, president United States Steel Co., 71 Broadway, New York 
City, chairman. 

E. A. S. Clarke, president Lackawanna Steel Co., New York City. 
John A. Topping, chairman Republic Iron & Steel Co., New York City. 

subcommittee on scrap iron. 

Eli Joseph, of Joseph, Joseph & Bros., New York City, chairman. 
Samuel Deutsch, Ohio Iron & Metal Co., Chicago. 
Vernon Phillips, Perry, Buxton, Doane & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Jos. Michaels, Hyman-Michaels Co., Chicago, 111. 



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON PIG IRON, IRON ORE, AND LAKE TRANSPORTATION. 

H. G. Dalton, Pickands-Mathers Co., Cleveland, Ohio, chairman. 

F. Billings, Todd Stambaugh Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

H. CouLBY, Pittsburgh Steamship Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

C, T. Dyer, W. P. Snyder & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Leonard Peckitt, president Empire Iron & Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. B. Richards, M. A. Hanna Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

W. T. Sheppard, Rogers Brown Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

A. H. Woodward, Woodward Iron Co., Birmingham, Ala. 

Amasa S. Mather, Pickands-Mather Co., Cleveland, Ohio, secretary. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON TUBULAR PRODUCTS. 

James A. Campbell, president Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., Youngstown, 
Ohio, chairman. 
Anson Mark, Mark Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. 

George Matheson, Jr., vice president Spang Chalfant & Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
W. H. RowE, president Pittsburgh Steel Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
E. Worcester, vice president National Tube Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

subcommittee on tin plate. 

J. I. Andrews, general manager sales American Sheet & Tin Plate Co., chair- 
man. 
E. R. Crawford, president McKeesport Tin Plate Co., McKeesport, Pa. 

E. T. Weir, president Phillips Sheet & Tin Plate Co., Weirton, W. Va. 

subcommittee on wire rope, 

Karl G. Roebling, general manager sales John A. Roebling's Sons Co., Tren- 
ton, N. J., chairman. 

John J. Broderick, president Broderick & Baseom Rope Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Frank Baackes, vice president and general sales agent American Steel & 
Wire Co., Chicago, 111. 

subcommittee on wire products, 

Frank Baackes, vice president and general sales agent American Steel & 
Wire Co., Chicago, 111. 

George A. Mason, manager of sales Jones & Laughlin Steel Co.. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa . 

John C. Neale, vice president and general manager of sales Midvale, Cambria 
& Worth Bros, Cos., Philadelphia, Pa. 

J. E. Frederick, secretary Kokomo Steel & Wire Co,, Kokomo, Ind, 

H, Sanborn Smith, vice president and general manager sales Gulf States 
Steel Co,, Birmingham, Ala. 

subcommittee on cold rolled and cold drawn steel of the steel and steel 

products committee, 

F. N, Beagle, president Union Drawn Steel Co., Beaver Falls, Pa., chairman. 
E. L. Parker, president Columbia Steel Shafting Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Roland Gerry, assistant general sales manager Jones & Laughlin Steel Co., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON OIL. 

A. C. Bedford, president Standard Oil Co., 26 Broadway, New York City, 
chairman. 

G. S. Davison, president Gulf Refining Co., Frick Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
E. L. DoHENY, president Mexican Petroleum Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

E, C. LuFKiN, president Texas Co., Whitehall Building, New York City. 

John H. Markham, Jr., Daniels Building, Tulsa, Okla. 

H. F. Sinclair, president Sinclair Refining Co,, Equitable Building, New 
York City. 

J. W. Van Dyke, president Atlantic Refining Co., 3144 Passyunk Avenue, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

William Muir, president National Petroleum Association, Titusville, Pa. 

H. G. James, president Western Refiners' Association, Kansas City, Mo. 

Joseph F. Guffy, president Natural Gas Association of America, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

John A. Moffatt, 26 Broadway, New York City, secretary. 



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COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON RUBBER. 

H. Stuaet Hotchkiss, president General Rubber Co., 1790 Broadway, New 
York City, chairman. „. . . 

T^RFOFRic C Hood, Hood Rubber Co., Watertown, Mass. 

S^^ MAEKS Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Department. 
Washington, D. C. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON WOOL. 

Jacob F. Beown, Brown & Adams, 269 Sumner Street, Boston, Mass. 

H. E. Campbell, Flagstaff. Ariz. 

TosFPH R Geundy, Wm. H. Grundy, Bristol, Pa. o, ,. t i 

F J. HAGENBAETH, president National Association Wool Growers, Salt Lake 

^S^iGMUND SiLBEEMAN, S. Sllbermau Sons, Chicago, 111. 
James M. Wilson, McKinley, Wyo. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON ZINC. 

Edgae Palmee, president New Jersey Zinc Co., 55 Wall Street, New York City, 

""^ChT^les W. Bakee, president American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Co., 120 

""T^rCoBrvi^ce'presfdent New Jersey Zinc Corporation, 55 Wall Street, 

^^S^DNE? X^ JENNINGS, vice president United States Smelting, Refining & 

'^^I^S;;^ F.^^%?2rpSdeS^inaconda Copper Co., 42 Broadway, 

^'n. b'^euce ' MacKelvie, president Butte & Superior Copper Co.. 25 Broad 
Street, New Y^ork City. „. ^ x^ th 

Thomas F. Noon, president Illinois Zmc Co., Peru, 111. 

Chaeles T. Oee, president Bertha A. Mining Co., Webb City, Mo. 

Committees Under and Cooperating With Dr. Godfrey. 

COMMITTEE ON ENGINEERING AND EDUCATION. 

Dr Hot LIS Godfrey, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., chairman. 

Sr Ieney E. CeImpton, Columbia University, New York City, vice chairman. 

Chaeles A. Stone, Stone & Webster, Boston, Mass. 

Gang Dunn, J. G. White Corporation 

Samuel M. Evans, vice president Eagle Picher Lead Co. 

Feedeeick W. Webstee, Stone & .Webster, Boston Mas^ 

Van Rensselaee Lansingh, president By-Lo Stoies Co., Muncie, ma. 

H. A. Gaednee, Institute of Industrial Research. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON GENEEAL ENGINEEEING. 

Dr. HoLLis GoDFEEY, Chairman. 

Dr Heney E. Ceampton, vice chairman. 

r ^ T^i.^.. =e?KotT of directors, American Societ. of Civil 
''Ty mviES, member of board of directors, American Society of Civil Bngi- 

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Beadley stoughtojn, s'^^^^'^^^^i' ""^;^Vr"V,:; ^„o.5npprs u s. a. 
Gen. William Black, office of the Chief of Engineers, u. J^. 
H J. Peeeing, John E. Gretner, New lork Cit>, 
L. L. SUMMERS, raw material committee. 



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SITBCOMMITTEE ON PRODUCTION ENGINEEEING. 

Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, chairman. 
Dr. Henry E. Crampton, vice chairman. 

Ronald T. Lyman, treasurer Boston Manufacturing Cp., Waltham, Mass. 
Edwin Farnham Greene, treasurer Pacific Mills, with mills and bleacheries 
at Lawrence, Mass. 

A. F. Bemis, president Bemis Bros. Bag Co., St. Louis. 

Stewart W. Cramer, southern representative Whitin Blachine Works. 
John N. Law, president Saxon Mills, Spartanburg, S. C. 

George H. Lanier, general manager West Point Manufacturing Co., West 
Point, Ga. 

B. H. Bristow Draper, Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass., secretary. 

subcommittee on uni^'ersities and colleges. 

Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, chairman. 

Dr. Henry E. Crampton, vice chairman. 

Edwin A. Aldermann, president University of Virginia. 

Guy Potter Benton, president University of Vermont. 

Kenyon L. Buttertteld, president Massachusetts Agricultural College. 

Augustus S. Downing, assistant commissioner for higher education, Univer- 
sity of the State of New York. 

Wilson Farrand, head master Newark Academy. 

Frank J. Goodnow, president Johns Hopkins University. 

Edward K. Graham, president University of North Carolina. 

Charles S. Howe, president Case School of Applied Science. 

Harry Pratt Judson, president University of Chicago. 

A. Lawrence Lowell, president Harvard University. 

Frank L. McVey, president State University of North Dakota. 

Alexander Meiklejohn, president Amherst College. 

Joseph A. Mulry, president Fordham University. 

John S. Nollen, president Lake Forest College. 

Raymond A. Pearson, president Iowa State College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts, Ames, Iowa. 

WiNTHROP E. Stone, president Purdue University. 

Henry Suzzallo, president University of Washington. 

William O. Thompson, president Ohio State University. 

Robert E. Vinson, president University of Texas. 

Frederick C. Ferry, dean Williams College, secretary. 

subcommittee on secondary and normal schools. 

Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, chairman. 

Dr. Henry E. Crampton, vice chairman. 

Thomas Walter Butcher, Kansas State Normal School. 

Calvin Noyes Kendall, commissioner of education, Trenton, N. J. 

Frank Thompson, assistant superintendent of schools, Boston, Mass. 

Charles A. Prosser, director William Hood Dunwoodie Industrial Institute, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Arthur David Dean, supervising officer of vocational education of the ^few 
York State Military Training Commission, New York. 

Robert Judson Aley, president University of Maine. 

Wilson Farrand, head master Newark Academy. 

John C. Garber, city superintendent of schools, Philadelphia, Pa. 

J. H. Phillips, city superintendent of schools, Birmingham, Ala. 

C. E. Chadsey, city superintendent of schools, Detroit, Mich. 

J. D. Shoop, city superintendent of schools, Chicago, 111. 

R. J. Condon, city superintendent of schools, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

J. Y. JoYNER, State superintendent of schools, Raleigh, N. C. 

P. C. Cary, State superintendent of schools, Madison, Wis. 

Payson Smith, State superintendent of schools, Boston, Mass. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING. 

Dr. HoLLis Godfrey, chairman. 
Dr. Henry E. Crampton, vice chairman. 
George W. C. Drexel, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Thomas T. Bowes, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Livingston Biddle, Philadelphia, Pa., secretary. 



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Committees of and Cooperating With Mr. Gompers. 

COMMITTEE ON LABOR. 

SAMUEL GoMPEES, president American Federation of Labor, Washington, D. C.^ 

^'^'wTmam B. Wilson, Secretary Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 
V EvERiT Macy, president the National Civic Federation, New York City. 
James Loed, president Mining Department, American Federation of Labor, 

^^ ELlsnl'^LE^'general manager Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Waeren S. Stone, grand chief Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Gleve- 

^^ a' K^^MicHAEL, National Association of Manufacturers, president Virginia 
Bridge & Iron Co., Roanoke, Va. „t i,- ^ -rw n 

Feank Moeeison, secretary American Federation of Labor Washington, D C. 

Leo K. Feankel, third vice president Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., New 

^^J^M^s O'CoNNEL, president Metal Trades Department, American Federation of 

^^Loui^R SETM,'^hairman labor committee United States Brewers' Associa- 

^'"rIlph^M? Easley, assistant to Samuel Gompers as chairman of committee, 

^^jIme^sW^ SULLIVAN, assistant to Samuel Gompers as member of advisory com- 
mission, Washington, D. C. 

Miss Gerteude Beeks, New York City, secretary. 

subcommittee on mediation and conciliation. 

V. EvEEiT Macy, president the National Civic Federation, New York City, 

^^Samin IDE Wheelee, president University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 
H. B. F. MacFaeland, publicist, Washington, D C. 
Haeey Peatt Judson, president University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Edgae a. Banceoft, attorney, Chicago, 111. 

?„1,TrM'cpirso'/fecSrrNew En^^^^^^ Civic Federation, Bo.ton, Mass. 
^^Z Riple't prXslor ofpolitica! economy. Harvard University, Newton 
Center, Mass. 

fZTu^F.lT^TYo^r^^^^^ commissioner of Eduction Albany N.Y 
Jeeemiah W. Jenks, Alexander Hamilton Institute, 13 Astor Place, New York 

^'william .T. Schieffelin, chairman joint board of sanitary control, 170 Wil- 

''''n^^TM''ZslE^?^Srm^n executive council National Civic Federation,. 

^ R'kbbTsTEPHEN S Wise, Fifty-seventh Street and Seventh Avenue, New York 

^ hIeden L. Ceawfoed, banker, 25 Broad Street New York City 

J. C. Walbee, secretary Bureau of Information of Eastern Railways, o<i* 

Grand Central, New York City. 
M™f T XHKlck*'SeTambass"ador to France, Cleveland. Ohio. 
G^Zo^--^^^r^-o^Z%^. secretary National Municipal League, Philadel- 

phia, Pa. 

Col. J. L. Spanglee, Bellefonte, Pa. Rirmineham 

Henry De Baedeleben, president Alabama Coal & Iron Co., Birmingnam,. 

Ala. 

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Hale Holden, president Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., 547 
West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

J. W. HiGGiNS. secretary Western Presidents' Conference, Chicago, 111. 

Chakles G. Dawes, president Central Trust Co. of Illinois, Chicago, 111. 

B. A. EcKHAKT, president B. A. Eckhart Milling Co., Chicago, 111. 

H. iNI. Byllesby (substitute for G. H. Haeeies), 208 La Salle Street, Chi- 
<?ago. 111. 

Edwaed Hamlin, president Metropolitan Coal Co., Boston, Mass. 

W. T. Baeboue, Detroit, Mich. 

August Belmont, August Belmont & Co., 43 Exchange Place, New York 
City. 

Nicholas F. Beady', president New York Edison Co., New York City. 

John D. Rockefellee, jr., 26 Broadway, New York City. 

E. H. OuTEEBEiDGE, president Ne^^' York Chamber of Commerce, 53 Liberty 
Street, New York City. 

Emeeson McMillan, president American Light & Traction Co., 120 Broadway, 
New York City. 

P. E. Ceowley, vice president New York Central Lines, New York City. 

A. Paeker Nevin, general counsel National Association of Manufacturers, 30 
Church Street, New York City. 

James A. Hatch, Johnson & Higgins, 49 Wall Street, New York City. 

Andeew C. Imbeie, treasurer United States Finishing Co., 320 Broadway, New 
York City. 

D. Q. Beown, Tide Water Oil Co., New York City. 

Daniel Guggenheim, president American Smelting & Refining Co., New York 
City. 

E. T. Stotesbury, Drexel & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

William H. .Johnson, president Machinists, American Federation of Labor 
Building, Washington, D. C. 

L. E. Sheppaed, vice president Order of Railway Conductors, 101 B Street 
SE., Washington, D. C. 

John R. Alpine, general president United Association of Plumbers and Steam- 
fitters, Chicago, 111. 

Oscar Nelson, post-office clerk, Chicago, 111. 

G. C. Van Doemas, general vice president Blacksmiths' Union, Chicago, 111. 

F. G. Puetill, vice chairman Brotherhood Locomotive Firemen and Engine- 
men, Duquoin, 111. 

Paul Bennett, president powder workers, Coalmont, Ind. 

J. E. McCloey, president Stinictural Iron Workers, American Central Life 
Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

J. P. McCeeeey, vice president Railway Carmen, Paducah, Ky. 

William Diamond, Mine Workers, Cumberland, Md. 

W. D. Mahon, president Amalgamated Association of Street Electric Railway 
Employees. 104 East High Street, Detroit, Mich. 

Henry" B. Peeham, president Railroad Telegraphers, St. Louis, Mo. 

CoLLis Lovely, vice president Boot and Shoe Workers, 5129 Minerva Avenue, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

D. D'Alessandeo, president Hod Carriers, 62 State Street, Albany, N. Y. 

J. J. Frell, president Stereotypers' Union, 1839 Eighty-fifth Street, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

S. E. Hebeeling, president Switchmen's Union, 326 Brisbane Building, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Thomas U. Cuetis, tunnel and subway constructors. New York City. 

Stephen C. Hogan, general president Marble Workers, New York City. 

Thomas A. Rickeet, president United Garment Workers, Bible House, New 
York City. 

Joseph F. Valentine, president International Molders' Union, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

William P. Clarke, president Flint Glass Workers, Toledo, Ohio. 

subcommittee on v/ages and hours. 

Frank Morrison, secretary American Federation of Labor, Washington, D. C, 
chairman. 

John R. Alpine, general president United Association of Plumbers and Steam- 
fitters, Chicago, 111. 

Frank C. Armstrong, president Ray Hercules Copper Co., New York City. 



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C. L. Baine, secretary-treasurer Boot and Shoe Workers Union, Boston, Mass. 

Albert Farwell Bemis, president National Association of Cotton Manufac- 
turers, Boston, Mass. 

M. E. Bryan, general president International United Brotherhood of Leather 
Workers on Horse Goods, Kansas City, Mo. 

W. S. Carter, president Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, 
Peoria, 111. 

Harry Cohn, chairman Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturers Protective Asso- 
ciation, New York City. 

Wm. K. Field, president Pittsburgh Coal Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Felix Frankfurter, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

John Golden, gereral president United Textile W^orkers of America, New 
York City. 

Daniel Guggenheim, president American Smelting & Refining Co., New York 
City. 

Hale Holden, president Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co., Chicago, 
111. 

Wm. L. Hutcheson, president United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Wm. H. Johnston, president International Association of Machinists, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Frank J. McNulty, president International Brotherhood of Electrical Work- 
ers, Springfield, 111. 

T. V. O'Connor, president International Longshoremen's Association, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

George Pope, president National Association of Manufacturers, Hartford, 
Conn. 

Thomas A. Rickert, president United Garment Workers of America, New 
York City. 

Joseph F. Valentine, president International Molders' Union of North Amer- 
ica, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

A. O. Wharton, president Railway Employees Department, American Federa- 
tion of Labor, Washington, D. C. 

John Williams, president Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin 
Workers, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. J, Berres, secretary-treasurer Metal Trades Department, Washington, 
D. C. 

A. Caminetti, Department of Labor, Washington. D. C. 

John Donlin, president Building Trades Department, Washington, D. C. 

William Green, secretary-treasurer United Mine Workers of America, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

W. D. Mahon, president International Association of Street and Electric 
Railways, Detroit, Mich. 

V. EvERiT Macy, president Civic Federation, New York City. 

Wm. J. Spencer, secretary-treasurer Building Trades Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Wm. W. Woods, president American Woolen Co., Boston, Mass. 

subcommittee on women in industry. 

Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, chairman. 

Miss Mary Anderson,^ International Executive Board of Boot and Shoe 
Workers, Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Frederick Bagley, Washington, D. C, and New York. 

Miss Kate Barnard, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Miss Gertrude Barnum, Riverside, 111. 

Miss Ella R. Bloob,^ New York City. 

Miss Sophonisba Breckenridge, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Elizabeth Christman,^ secretary of Glove Workers, Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Sara A. Conboy,^ textile workers, New York City. 

Miss Mary Conroy,^ bookbinder, Baltimore, Md. 

Miss Margaret Daly,^ garment workers. New York City. 

Miss Anna Fitzgerald,^ Chicago, 111. 

Miss Josephine Goldmark, publication section, National Consumers' League, 
New York City. 



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Miss Maegaeet Haley/ teachers' federation, Chicago. 111. 

Dr. Alice Hamilton, Department of Labor, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Maey Haney, United Garment Workers, New York City. 

Miss Nell Hannan, retail clerks, Bellaire, Ohio. 

Dr. Caeoline Hedges. 

Mrs. Josephine P. January, Ferguson, Mo. 

Miss Agnes Johnson,^ boot and shoe, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Julia Lathrop, Children's Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington, 
D. C. 

Miss Mary J. Macauley,^ telegraphers, Lockport, N. Y. 

Mrs. V. E\t:ritt Macy, New York City. 

Miss Maey McDowell, University of Chicago Settlement, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Mary McEnery,^ bindery women, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Gertrude N. McNally,^ Bureau of Engraving, Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Mary IMoran,^ laundry workers, Boston, Mass. 

Mrs. Henry Moskowitz, New York City. 

Miss Agnes Nestor,^ glove workers, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Marie L. Obenauer, Washington, D. C. 

Prof. PiExoTTO, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. 

Miss Melinda Scott,^ New York City. 

Miss Emma Steghagen,^ boot and shoe workers, Chicago, 111. 

Miss Florence C. Thorne,^ assistant editor American Federationist, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Mrs. Lydta Trowbridge,^ High School Teachers' Federation, Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Nellie Trumble, Oregon Industrial Commission, Portland Oreg. 

Mrs. George Yanderbilt, Washington, D. C, 

Miss Emilia Weiss,^ cigarmakers, Detroit, Mich. 

Miss Mildred Chadsey, former secretary Consumers' League of Ohio, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 

Miss Grace Abbott, director Child Labor Division of the Children's Bureau,. 
Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Frances Axtell, Workmen's Compensation Commission, Washington, 
D. C. 

Mrs. Roy E, Fletcher, chairman Woman's Committee, National Society for 
the Promotion of Industrial Education, New York City. 

Miss Edna A. Foley, superintendent Visiting Nurses' Associations, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Mrs. Noble Branden Judah, Dayton. Ohio. 

Miss Madeline King, Retail Clerks" Union, Sharon, Pn. 

Mrs. Thomas F. Logan, Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Franklin H. Martin. Washington, D. C. 

Miss Florence Sanville. Women's Trade Union League, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miss Mary Van Kleeck, Division of Industrial Studies, Russell Sage- 
Foundation, New York City. 

subcommittee on welfare work. 

L. A. Coolidge, chairman welfare department National Civic Federation;: 
treasurer United Shoe Machinery Co., Boston, Mass., chairman. 

Charles F. Brooker, president Coe Brass Manufacturing Co., Ansonia, Conn.. 

Edwin Farnham Greene, treasurer Pacific Mills, Boston. 

Edwin M. Herr, president Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.,. 
Pittsburgh. 

Cyrus H. McCormick, president International Harvester Co., Chicago. 

A. J. Porter, president Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Thomas F. Logan, Post Building, Washington, D. C. 

/. Sectional Committee on Industrial Safety of Subcommittee on Welfare Work^ 

L. R. Palmer, president National Safety Council, Harrisburg, Pa., chairman.. 

1. Divisional Committee on Structural Safety, Robeet D. Kohn, architect,, 
factory buildings, New York City, chairman. 

2. Divisional Committee on Fire Prevention, H. W. Foestee, construction 
engineer, Philadelphia, chairman. 

3. Divisional Committee on Accident Prevention, M. A. Dow, general safety 
agent. New York Central lines. New York City, chairman. 

4. Divisional Committee on Dust and Fumes, Lev/is T. Beyant, State com- 
missioner of labor, Trenton, N. J., chairman. 

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//. Sectional Committee on Sanitation of Suhcommittee on Welfare Work. 

Dr. Wm. a. Evans, president American Public Health Association, Chicago, 
111., chairman. 

1. Divisional Committee on Lighting, L. B. Marks, consulting engineer. New 
York City, chairman. 

2. Divisional Committee on Fatigue, Dr. Thomas Darlington, secretary 
welfare committee, American Iron & Steel Institute, New York, chairman. 

3. Divisional Committee on Ventilation, Werner Nygren, consulting engineer, 
New York, chairman. 

4. Divisional Committee on Drinking Water, Albert L. Webster, civil en- 
gineer, New York, chairman. 

5. Divisional Committee on Industrial Diseases and Poisons, Dr. W. G. Hud- 
son, E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, Del., chairman. 

6. Divisional Committee on Home Nursing, Miss Lillian D. Wald, head 
worker Henry Street Settlement, New York City, chairman. 

///. Sectional Committee on Vocational Education of Subcommittee on 

Welfare Work. 

H. E. Miles, chairman industrial training committee, National Association 
of Manufacturers, Racine Wis., chairman. 

IV. Sectional Committee on Housing of Suhcommittee on Welfare Work. 

Philip Hiss, architect, New York, chairman. 

V. Sectional Committee on Recreation of Subcommittee on Welfare Work. 

Dr. George J. Fisher, physical department, the international committees of 
Young Men's Christian Associations, New York, chairman. 

VI. Sectional Committee on Correlation of Agencies Covering Welfare Activi- 
ties, i. e., various national organizations, of Subcommittee on Welfare Work. 

Chairman to be appointed. 

VII. Sectional Committee on Public Education in Health Matters of Subcom- 

mittee on Welfare Work. 

Dr. Alvah H. Doty, medical director Western Union Telegraph Co., New 
York, chairman. 

VIII. Sectibnal Committee on Public Cooperation Through Federal, State, and 
Municipal Ageiicies, Including Labor and Health Depart merits, of Subcommit- 
tee on Welfare Work. 

Chairman to be appointed. 

IX. Sectional Committee on Standard Guides for Employers of Subcommittee 

on Welfare Work. 

A. Parker Nevin, general counsel National Association of Manufacturers, 
New York, chairman. 

subcommittee on information and statistics. 

Dr. Frederick L. Hoffman, statistician, Prudential Insurance Co., Newark, 
N. J., chairman. 

executive committee. 

Dr. Frederick L. Hoffman, statistician, Newark, N. J. 

Hon. Royal Meeker, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Washington, D. C. 

William M. Davis, M. D., chief statistician Division of Vital Statistics, 
Census Office, Washington, D. C. 

J. W. Trask, M. D., assistant surgeon general, United States Public Health 
Service, Washington, D. C. 

Miss Julia Lati-irop, Children's Bureau, Washington. D. C. 

Frank Julian Warne, Washington, D, C. 

S. Herbert Wolfe, consulting actuary, 165 Broadway, New York City. 



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON PRESS. 

Grant Hamilton, legislative agent American Federation of Labor, Washing- 
ton, D. C, chairman. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY. 

Dr. E. T. Devine, director New York School of Philanthropy, New York City, 
chairman. 

Frank Morrison, chairman National Committee on Wages and Hours. 

V. EvERiT Macy, chairman National Committee on Mediation and Concilia- 
tion. 

L. A. CooLiDGE, chairman National Committee on Welfare Work. 

Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, chairman National Committee on Women in 

Industry. 

Dr. Frederick L. Hoffman, chairman National Committee on Information 
and Statistics. 

Grant Hamilton, chairman National Committee on Press. 

S. Thruston Ballard, chairman National Committee on Cost of Living and 
Domestic Economy. 

subcommittee on cost of living and domestic economy. 

S. Thruston Ballard, Ballard & Ballard, Louisville, Ky., chairman. 

Committees Under and Cooperating with Dr. Martin. 

GENERAL MEDICAL BOARD. 

Dr. Franklin H. Martin, secretary general of American College of Surgeons, 
Chicago, III., chairman. 

Dr. Frank F. Simpson, vice chairman. 

Dr. Frederic A. Besley, professor of surgery, Northwestern University. 

Surg. Gen. William C. Gorgas, United States Army. 

Surg. Gen. William C. Braisted, United States Navy. 

Surg. Gen. Rupert Blue., United States Public Health Service; president 
American Medical Association. 

Col. Jefferson R. Kean, director of military relief, American Red Cross. 

Dr. William H. Welch, professor of pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore. • 

Dr. William J. Mayo, Rochester, Minn. 

Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of medical department, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Dr. Herman M. Biggs, State commissioner of health. New York City. 

Dr. George E. Brewer, professor of surgery, Columbia University, New York 
City. 

Dr. John Young Brown, professor of surgery. University of St. Louis, St. 
Louis. 

Dr. George W. Crile, professor of surgery. Western Reserve University, Cleve- 
land. 

Dr. Edward P. Davis, professor of obstetrics, Jefferson Medical College, 
Philadelphia. 

Dr. M. T. Finney, professor of clinical surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore. 

Dr. Simon Flexner, director Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New 
York. 

Dr. Joseph M. Flint, professor of surgery, Yale University, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Dr. Thomas W. Huntington, professor of surgery, University of California, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Dr. Theodore Janeway, professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins University. 

Dr. Edward C. Kirk, dean of dental department. University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia. 

Dr. Charles E. Kahlke, professor of surgery, Hahnemann Medical College, 
Chicago. 

Dr. W. H. G. Logan, president elect National Dental Association. 



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Dr. Stuaet McGuike, professor of surgery, Medical College, University of 
Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

Dr. Edwaed Martin, professor of surgery. University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia. 

Dr. Charles H. Mayo, president elect American Medical Association, Roches- 
ter, Minn. 

Dr. Charles H. Peck, professor of surgery, Columbia University, New 
York. 

Earl Phelps, sanitary engineer, United States Public Health Service, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Dr. Hubert A. Royster, secretary of Southern Surgical Association, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Dr. Sterling Ruffin, V/ashington, D. C. 

Dr. Gi:oRGE H. Simmons, editor Journal of American Medical Association^ 
Chicago, 111. 

Dr. Winford Smith, superintendent Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Dr. Richard P. Strong, professor of tropical medicine. Harvard University, 
Boston, Mass. 

Dr. William B. Van Lennep, professor of surgery, Hahnemann Medical Col- 
lege, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dr. George Walker, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Dr. W^. C. Woodward, health officer of the District of Columbia, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Dr. Duncan Eve, senior professor of surgery, Vanderbilt University, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Dr. Wm. F. Snow, secretary. 

Subcommittees of General Medical Board of Council of National Defense.^ 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



Dr. Franklin Martin, chairman. 

Dr. F. F. Simpson, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
vice chairman. 

Surg. Gen. William C. Gorgas, 
United States Army. 

Surg. Gen. William C. Braisted, 
United States Navy. 

Surg. Gen. Rupert Blue, United 
States Public Health Service. 

Dr. William J. Mayo, Rochester, States Navy, Washington, D. C. 
Minn. Dr. Wm. F. Snow, secretary. 



Col. Jefferson R. Kean, director 
general of military relief, American 
Red Cross. 

Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

Dr. Frederic A. Besley, Chicago, 111. 

Admiral Cary T. Grayson, United 



COMMITTEE ON STATE ACTIVITIES AND EXAMINATIONS. 



Dr. Edward Martin, chairman. 

Dr. William J. Mayo, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Dr. Joseph M. Flint, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Dr. Stuart McGuire, Richmond, Va. 

Dr. John Young Brown, St. Louis, 
Mo. 



Dr. Hubert A. Royster, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

Dr. Charles H. Peck, New York 
City. 

Dr. George W. Crile^ Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Dr. John M. T. Finney, Baltimore, 
Md. 



COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION. 



Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich., chairman. 

Dr. Stuart McGuire, Richmond, Va., 
secretary. 

Dr. Edward Martin, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Dr. George H. Simmons, Chicago, 111. 

Dr. John M. T. Finney, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Col. William 0. Owen, United 
States Army, Washington, D. C. 



Dr. Edward P. Davis, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Dr. George W. Crile, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Dr. Gordon Wilson, Baltimore, Md. 

Dr. Charles H. Mayo, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore, 
Md. 



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SUBCOMMITTEE. 

Committee on salvarsan. — Dr. George Walker, Baltimore, Md., chairman. 

COMMITTEE ON HYGIENE AND SANITATION. 



Dr. William F. Snow, New York 
City. 

Col. Henry P. Birmingham, M. C, 
U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

Lieut. Commander Robert C. Rams- 
dell, United States Navy, Surgeon 
General's Office. 

Dr. William A. Evans, Chicago, 111. 

Asst. Surg. Gen. William C. Ruckee, 
United States Public Health Service, 
Washington, D. C, secretary. 



Surg. Gen. Rupert Blue, United 
States Public Health Service, chair- 
man, Washington, D. C. 

Earl Phelps, secretary. United 
States Public Health Service, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore, 
Md. 

Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

Dr. Richard P. Strong, Boston, 
Mass. 

SUBCOMMITTEES OF COMMITTEE ON HYGIENE AND SANITATION. 

VENEREAL DISEASES. 

Dr. William F. Snow% New York Dr. Haven Emerson, New York 
City, chairman. City. 

Dr. Hans Zinsser, New York City. Raymond B. Fosdick, Nev/ York 

Dr. Edward L. Keyes, Jr., New York City. 
City. 

tuberculosis. 



Dr. Hermann M. Biggs, New York 
City, chairman. 

Dr. George T. Palmer, Springfield, 
111. 

Dr. Charles R. Grandy, Norfolk, 
Va. 

Dr. Lawrason Brown, Saranac 
Lake. N. Y. 



Dr. Edward R. Baldwin, Saranac 
Lake, N. Y. 

Dr. Homer Folks, New York City. 

Asst. Surg. Gen. J. W. Trask, 
United States Public Health Service, 
Washington, D. C. 

Col. George E. Bushnell, M. C, U. 
S. A., Fort Bayard, N. Mex. 



ALCOHOL. 

Dr. Irving Fisher, New Haven, Rev. Charles Stelzle, New York 
Conn., chairman. City. 

Dr. Alonzo Taylor, Philadelphia, Dr. Eugene L. Fisk, New York City. 
Pa. 

Dr. HA^^N Emerson, New York 
City. 

drug addiction. 



Admiral C. F. Stokes, U. S. N., 
Briarcliife Manor, N. Y., chairman. 

Dr. John Dorning, New York City. 

Dr. Thomas W. Salmon, New York 
City. 

Dr. E. E. Southard, Boston, Mass. 

Dr. E. H. Mullen, Washington, 
D. C. 



Dr. M. G. Mottee, Washington, 
D. C. 

Dr. M. S. Gregory, New York City. 

Dr. C. L. Alsberg, Washington, D. C. 

Charles Samson, New York City 
representative of U. S. Navy. 

Maj. E. B. Vedder, M. C, U. S. A., 
Washington, D. C. 



COMMITTEE ON STATISTICS. 



Dr. Walter R. Batt, Harrisburg, 
Pa., chairman. 

Walter F. Wilcox, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Dr. W. H. GuiLFOY, New York City. 

Dr. John S. Fulton, Baltimore, Md. 

Hon. Samuel L. Rogers, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 



Asst. Surg. Gen. John W. Trask, 
United States Public Health Service, 
Washington, D. C. 

Representative of Surgeon General 
of the Army. 

Representative of Surgeon General 
of the Navy. 



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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING. 

Miss Maky Beakd, Boston, Mass., Mrs. John H. Higbee, Washington, 

chairman. D. C. 

Miss Jane Delano, Washington, Dr. John S. Fulton, Baltimore, Md. 

J) c Asst. Surg. Gen. W. G. Stimpson, 

Col. Heney p. Birmingham, M. C, United States Public Health Service, 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. 

COMMITTEE ON RESEARCH. 

Dr. VicTOK C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor, Dr. George E. Hale, Pasadena, Cal. 
Mich., chairman. Dr. Richard P. Strong, Boston, 

Dr.' William H. Welch, Baltimore, Mass. 
Md. 

Dr. George W. Crile, Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON CARDIO-VASCULAR IMPAIRMENTS. 

Dr. Theo. C. Janeway, Baltimore, Dr. William S. Thayer, Baltimore, 
chairman. Md. 

Dr. Alfred E. Cohn, New York City. 

COMMITTEE ON DENTISTRY. 

Dr. Edward C. Kirk, Philadelphia, Dr. Herbert L. Wheeler, New York 

Pa., chairman. City. 

Dr. Frederick B. Moorehead, Chi- Dr. Weston A. Price, Cleveland, 

cago, 111. Ohio. 

Dr. G. V. I. Brown, Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. W. H. G. Logan. Chicago, 111. 

Dr. J. W. Beach, Buffalo, N. Y. 

subcommittees. 

MoUlizing dental educational activities. — Dr. F. B. Moorehead, Chicago, 111., 
chairman. . 

Special hospitals.— Dv. G. V. I. Brown, Milwaukee, Wis., chairman. 
Dental supplies.— Dv. Edward C. Kirk, Philadelphia, chairman. 
Preparedness League of American Dentists. — Dr. J. W. Beach, Buffalo, N. Y., 

chairman. TT^ ^ a rw.- 

State dental societies and examining hoards. — Dr. L. L. Barbae, ioledo, Uhio, 
chairman. ^„ ^ . 

Legislation and enrollment.— T>r. W. H. G. Logan, Chicago, 111., chairman. 

Dental and oral hygiene.— Dr. A. C. Fones, Bridgeport, Conn., chairman. 

Committee on publicity.— Dr. Otto U. King, Huntington, Ind., chairman. 

Committee on dental research.— Dr. W. W. Price, Cleveland, Ohio, chairman. 

COMMITTEE ON MEDICAL SCHOOLS. 

Dr. Joseph M. Flint, New Haven, Dr. Arthur Dean Bevan, Chicago, 

chairman. Ill- ^^ „ 

Dr. WiNFORD Smith, Baltimore, Md. Dr. Fredeeick A. Washburn, Bos- 

Dr. Edwaed Martin, Philadelphia, ton, Mass. 

Pa. Dr. Thomas W. Huntington, San 

^Dr. Charles H. Peck, New York Francisco, Cal. 
City. 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY. 

Dr. George H. Simmons, Chicago, Dr. Winford Smith, Baltimore, Md. 

111., chairman. Di'- Thomas W. Huntington, San 

Frederic a'. Besley, Chicago, vice Francisco, Cal. 

chairman. Dr. Hubert A. Royster, secretary, 

Dr. Edward Martin, Philadelphia, Raleigh, N. C. 
Pa. 



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COMMITTEE ON HOSPITALS. 

Dr. WiNFOED Smith, Baltimore, Md., Dr. Frederick A. Washburn, Bos- 
chairman, ton, Mass. 

Dr. Joseph M. Flint, New Haven, Dr. Thomas W. Huntington, San 

€onn. Francisco, Cal. 

Dr. Edward Martin, Philadelphia, Maj. Robert E. Noble, United 

Pa. States Army, Washington, D. C. 

Dr. Charles H. Peck, New York Dr. Shepherd I. Franz, Washing- 
City, ton, D. C. 

Dr. Arthur Dean Bevan, Chicago, 
111. 

COMMITTEE ON SURGICAL METHODS. 

Dr. George W. Crile, Cleveland, Dr. George E. Brewer, New York 

chairman. City. 

Dr. J. M. T. Finney, Baltimore. 

subcommittee on ophthalmology. 

Dr. James Bordley, Jr., Baltimore, Dr. George de Schweinitz, Phila- 

chairman. delphia, Pa. 

Dr. Allen Greenwood, Boston, Mass. Dr. W. H. Wilmer, Washington, 

Dr. Nelson Miles Black, Milwau- D. C. 
kee, Wis. 

Dr. Walter R. Parker, Detroit, 
Mich. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON SHELL SHOCK. 

Dr. George W. Crile, Cleveland, Dr. J. B. Austin, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Ohio, chairman. Dr. R. E. Mosiman, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Prof. Dayton C. Miller, Cleveland, Dr. Roy Gentry Peaece, Cleveland, 

Ohio. Ohio. 

Dr. G. E. Obear, Cleveland, Ohio. 

SPECIAL EDITORIAL COMMITTEE. 

Dr. Joseph M. Flint, New Haven, Lieut. Col. C. C. McCullough, M. C, 

Conn., chairman. U, S. A., Washington, D. C. 

Col. Henry P. Birmingham, M. C, Maj. William Henry Moncrief, 

U. S. A., Washington, D. C. M. C, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 

V. A. Lea, Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Lewis A. Stimson, New York 

Maj. E. B. Vedder, M. C, U. S. A., City. 

Washington, D. C. Dr. Joseph C. Bloodgood, Baltimore, 

Md. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE OF MANUFACTURERS. 

class 1, pharmaceutical supplies. 

Willard Ohliger, care of Frederick Sterns Co., Detroit, Mich., chairman. 

Charles J. Lynn, care of Eli Lilly & Co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

A. G. Rosengarten, of Powers, Weightman & Rosengarten, Philadelphia, Pa. 

S. NoRVELL, 91 Fulton Street, New York. 

Frank C. Ryan, Parke Davis Co., Detroit, Midi., secretary. 

CLASS 2, surgical DRESSING. 

Dr. H. C. Lovis, 61 Maiden Lane, New York, chairman. 

F. R. Jones, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

G. T. Bauer, Bauer & Black, Chicago, 111. 

E. T. Sawtelle, Van Horn & Sawtelle, New York City. 

F. R. Davis, Wilford Hall Laboratories, Port Chester, N. Y. 
Dr. L. L. Watters, Hospital Supply Co., New York City. 

Henry P. Kendall, Lewis Manufacturing Co., Walpole, Mass., secretary. 



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CLASS 3, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Charles J. Pilling, Twenty-third and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., 
chairman. • 

Julius A. Pfarre, 107 Park Row, New York. 

John H. Douglass, 83 Pulaski Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edward J. Sovatkin, 133 Flood Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alfred Littauer, De Witt & Herz, 25 West Fifteenth Street, New York, 
secretary. 

CLASS 4, DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Frank H. Taylor, S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, 
Pa., chairman. 

J. R. Sheppard, Dentists' Supply Co., New York. 

H. A. Slaight, Cleveland Dental Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

E. E. Smith, 2332 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

S. Rubin, Union Dental Instrument Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. O. RoTHER, Buffalo Dental Manufacturing Co. 

G. L. Grier, L. D. Caulk Co., Milford, Del., secretary. 

SURVEY COMMITTEE. 

H. A. Slaight, vice president Cleveland Dental Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, 
Ohio, chairman. 
H. D. Buttman, Consolidated Dental Manufacturing Co., New York City. 
W. L. Smith, L. S. Smith & Sons Co., Keenan Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

CLASS 5, LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 

Arthur H. Thomas, A. H. Thomas Co., West Washington Square, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., chairman. 

0. P. Amend, Eimer Amend Co., 205 Third Avenue, New York. 
H. N. Ott, Spencer Lens Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

L. M. Fuller, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Wilmot V. Castle, Wilmot Castle Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

W. Shewell Hoos, Kimball Glass Co., Vineland, N. J., secretary. 

Classes 6 and 9 — Executive Committee. 

Leon L. Watters, Hospital Supply Co., New York, chairman. 
A. F. Brand, Kny-Scheerer Corporation, New York, secretary. 

class g, subcommittee on sterilizers. 

Leon L. Watters, Hospital Supply Co., New York, chairman. 

W. B. Underwood, Wilmot Castle Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

J. E. Hall, American Sterilizer Co., Erie, Pa. 

A. P. Brand, Kny-Scheerer Co., New York, secretary. 

CLASS 7, subcommittee ON FURNITURE. 

Leon L. Watters, Hospital Supply Co., New York, chairman. 

G. ScANLAN, Scanlan Morris Co., Madison, Wis. 

Richard Kny, Kny-Scheerer Co., New York. 

A. F. Brand, Kny-Scheerer Co., New York, secretary. 

CLASS 8, subcommittee ON THERMOMETERS. 

M. W. Bacton, Bacton-Dickinson Co., Rutherford, N. J., chairman. 

1. Mayer, Taylor Bros., Watertown, N. Y. 

A. Faichney, Randall Faitchney Co., Boston, Mass. 

P. L. Brand, O. I. Taghabue Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, N. Y., secretary. 

CLASS 9, subcommittee ON BEDS AND BEDDING. 

W. A. Manchee, Newark Spring Mattress Co., Newark, N. J. 
John Troutstine, Greenpoint Metallic Bed Co., Brooklyn. 

F. A. Groffm, Mesereau Metallic Bed Go. 

Z. G. Simmons, Simmons Co., Kenosha, Wis. 



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COMMITTEE ON STANDARDIZATION OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES AND 

EQUIPMENT. 

Dr. Fkank F. Simpson, chairman. Col. Jeffeeson R. Kean, Washing- 

Dr. G. W. Chile, Cleveland, Ohio. ton, D. C. 

Dr. Harvey Cushing, Boston, Mass. Dr. Joseph A. Murphy, Washington, 

Lieut. Col. Carl R. Darnall, AVash- D. C. 

ington, D. C. Dr. Henry S. Pltjmmer, Rochester, 

Dr. Charles L. Gibson, New York Minn. 

City. Asst. Surg. Gen. W. C. Rucker, U. S. 

Dr. Richard H. H. Harte, Philadel- P. H. S., Washington, D. C. 

phia, Pa. Dr. T. W. Richards, United States 

Navy, secretary. 

SUBCOMMITTEES ON STANDARDIZATION OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES 

AND EQUIPMENT. 

chemistry. 
Eael Phelps, United States Navy, Washington. 

CONTAGIOUS diseases. 

Dr. Richard P. Strong. Boston. Dr. Haven Emerson, New York City. 

Dr. M. J. RosENAU, Boston. 

dentistry. 

Dr. Edward C. Kirk, Philadelphia. Dr. Eugene Smith, Boston. 

dermatology. 

Dr. Howard Fox, New York City. Dr. Howard Morrow, San Francisco. 

general pathology. 

Dr. William H. Welch, Baltimore. Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, Ann Arbor. 

Dr. Simon Flexner, New York City. 

genito-urinaby. 

Dr. Hugh H. Young, Baltimore. Dr. Frank Hagner, Washington. 

Dr. William F.Braasch, Rochester, 
Minn. 

GYNECOLOGY. 

Dr. John G. Clark, Philadelphia. Dr. Howard C. Taylor, New York 

Dr. William P. Graves, Boston. City. 

hospital administration. 

Dr. WiNFORD H. Smith, Baltimore. Dr. Bert W. Caldwell, Pittsburgh. 

Dr. Frederick A. Washburn, Bos- Dr. Warren L. Babcock, Detroit, 
ton. Dr. S. S. Goldwater, New York City. 

internal medicine. 

Dr. William S. Thayer, Baltimore. Dr. Hobart Hare, Philadelphia. 

Dr. Frank Billings, Chicago. 

LARYNGOLOGY AND RHINOLOGY. 

Dr. Chevalier Jackson, Pittsburgh. Dr. Joseph H. Bryan, Washington. 
Dr. W. B. Mason, Washington. 

neurology. 

Dr. Charles Loomis Dana, New Dr. Daniel J. McCarthy, Philadel- 
York City. phia. 

Dr. Hugh T. Patrick, Chicago. 



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NURSING. 

Miss Anna Maxwell, New York Miss Jane A. Delano, Washington. 
City. 

OBSTETRICS. 

Dr. J. Whitkidge Williams, Balti- Dr. Barton C. Hirst, Philadelphia, 
more. Dr. Palmer Findley, Omnha. 

ophthalmology. 

Dr. George E. de Schweinitz, Phila- Dr. Edward B; Heckel, Pittsburgh, 
delphia. 

Dr. William H. Wilmer, Washing- 
ton. 

orthopedic surgery. 

Dr. Robert B. Osgood, Boston. Dr. Joel E, Goldthwait, Boston. 

Dr. David Silver, Pittsburgh. 

pharmacy. 

Dr. Reid Hunt, Boston. 

physiology. 

Dr. W. B. Cannon, Boston. 

surgery. 

Dr. J. M. T. Finney, Baltimore. Dr. Rudolph Matas, New Orleans. 

Dr. Charles H. Mayo, Rochester, Dr. Richard H. Harte, Philadelphia. 

Minn. Dr. Harvey Cushing, Boston. 
Dr. A. J. OcHSNER, Chicago. 

surgical PATHOLOGY. 

Dr. Louis D. Wilson, Rochester, Minn. 

X-RAY. 

Dr. George C. Johnson, Pittsburgh. Dr. Arthur W. Goodspeed, Phila- 
Dr. Arthur C. Christie, Washing- delphia. 
ton. 



ADDENDA. 

To Page 11. 

COOPERATIVE COMMITTEE ON CHEMICALS. 

Dr. M. T. BoGEKT, National Research Council, Washington, D. C, ex officio. 
Maj. J. T. Ckabb, United States Army, retired ; assistant to chairman. 
J. D. O. Bradley, secretary. 

SUBCOMMITTEE ON ALKALIS. 

T. N. Hicks, Niagara Alkali Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

To Page 21. 

//. Sectional Committee on Sanitation of Suhcommittee on V/elfare Work, 

(Full list of members of committee.) 

executive committee, section on sanitation. 

Dr. W. A. Evans, chairman, Chicago, 111. 

Dr. W. C. WooDWAED, vice chairman, Washington, D. C. 

Dr. E. R. Hayhurst, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dr. J. W. Scheeeschewsky, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Dr. O. P. Geier, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Dr. A. M. Harvey, Chicago, 111. 

Dr. F. D. Patterson, Harrisburg, Pa. 

divisions of section on sanitation. 

1. Shop and Industrial Sanitation Division. 

Dr. George M. Price, chairman. New York City. 
Dr. Thomas Darlington, New York City. 
Dr. Wm. E. Duncan, Hartford, Conn. 
Mr. John Roach, Trenton, N. J. 
Dr. John Voght, New York City. 
Dr. F. D. Patterson, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Dr. Louis I. Harris, New York City. 
Dr. Walter G. Hudson, Wilmington, Dei. 
IMiss Pauline Goldmaek, New York City. 
Mr. Wm. C. Groeniger, Columbus, Ohio. 

2. Village and Public Sanitation Division. 

Dr. George M. Kober, chairman, Washington, D. C. 

Dr. Wm. C. Woodward, Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Lam'Rence Veillier, New York City. 

Dr. J. W. Kerr, Washington, D. C. 

Mr. Charles H. Verrill, Washington, D. C. 

3. Industrial Fatigue Division. 

Dr. Thomas Darlington, chairman, New York City. 

Prof. Frederic S. Lee, executive secretary. New York City. 

P. Sargent Florence, New York City. 

Miss Josephine Goldmark, New York City. 

Mr. E. C. Martin, New York City. 

Prof. Robert E. Chaddock, New York City. 

Prof. Raymond Dodge, Middletown, Conn. 

Dr. David L. Edsall, Boston, Mass. 

4. Lighting Division. 

L. B. Marks, chairman. New York City. 
(Personnel not appointed.) 

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5. Drinking Water Division. 

Albekt L. Webster, chairman, New York City. 

Prof. Geoege Whipple, Harvard Medical College, Boston, Mass. 

6. Heating and Ventilation Division. 

Weener Nygeen, chairman, New York City. 

Dr. C. E. A. WiNSLow, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 

RuDLPH Heeing, New York City. 

D. D. Kimball, New York City. 

J. I. Lyle, New York City. 

Aethue K. Ohmes, New York City. 

7. Lunch Rooms Division. 

Dr. R. C. RouTsoNG, chairman, National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Ohio. 

Cheistoph D. Roehe, New York City. 

J. W. Ramsdell, Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. 

8. Industrial Diseases and Poisons Division. 

Dr. W. G. Hudson, chairman, Wilmington, Del. 

Dr. J. W. Scheeeschewsky, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Dr. B. S. Waeeen, Washington, D. C. 

Feancis D. Patterson, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Dr. E. R. Hayhuest, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dr. R. P. Albaugh, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dr. Alice Hamilton, Chicago, 111. 

Col. Lewis T. Bryant, Trenton, N. J. 

Dr. Lewis Boolsen, New Castle, Del. 

Dr. W. Gilman Thompson, New York City. 

Dr. Geoege Apfelbach, Chicago, 111. 

9. Medical Supervision. 

Dr. Otto P. Geier, chairman, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Dr. C. D. Selby, Toledo, Ohio. 

Dr. C. G. Faenum, Peoria, 111. 

Dr. S. M. McCuRDY, Youngstown, Ohio. 

Dr. H. E. Mock, Chicago, 111. 

Dr. Carl E. Smith, Akron, Ohio. 

10. Diagnostic Clinics. 

Dr. Louis I. Harris, chairmen, New York City. 
Dr. W. Oilman Thompson, New York City. 

11. Abnormal Atmospheric Pressure. 

Dr. Fredeeick L. Keays, chairman, New York City. 
Dr. Seward Eedman, New York City. 
Thomas J. Curtis, New York City. 
Dr. Lorne M. Ryan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

12. Home Nursing Division. 

Miss Lillian D. Wald, chairman. New York City. ♦ 
(Personnel not appointed.) 



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